Located in Moscow, Russia, this 160-square meter family house was bought with no walls nor any built interiors giving the designers free reign to create anything they wanted. The family that bought this free property requested that the house be designed with cleanliness, comfort, simplicity, and functionality in mind and the designers fulfilled just that.
What came about was a 2-story home, equipped with 3 modest bedrooms, and a voluminous multi-functional common area for entertainment, dining, and work in the lower level of the house.
White and wood were elements that were visually prominent throughout the house. Engaging details for each room were specially fashioned from the luxurious Roca, Vileroy, Boch, Hangrohe, Geberit, and granite tiles manufactured by Russian company Italon Ceramics; these presented together harmoniously and beautifully.
The common areas exude radiance, with easily accessible spaces connecting the entire lower floor that would influence the family to spend ample time together there.
The limelight of this extraordinary home is the innovative netting around the house that allows for some good time buffoonery while ensuring safety at the same time. This feature truly had families in mind at the time of conception.
Interesting cutaway walls and a stairwell that matches well with the whole interior projects a warm and pleasing feeling to inhabitants as they walk up and down to admire the simple, but notable geometric, decorative elements present throughout the house’s interior.
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